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ThePope
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Veterans day

I went to Fort Snelling last Saturday to vist my father's grave. He was an Air Force staff sergeant who fought in both the korean and vietnam war. He was only a comms guy and later a cook but that didn't stop him from having flashbacks when he heard helicopters. Unfortunately he lived in southern California

When got home I dug around in some the boxes in the basement and looked at his papers and found a paper he had wrote in college about religion. I broke down. He died in his sleep when i was six years old, from complications of diabetes...

A week before christmas too.. (No fooling)

A toast to my father :pours drink and raises glass: Allen J. Kohler of Albany, NY A father second to none. :slams drink then the bottle:

Posted on 2006-11-13 at 09:44:37.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


a toast to Pope's dad

and all our veterans
::raises glass::

btw...EVERYONE in the military has an important job.
I know that around lunchtime on any given reserve weekend how grateful I am that someone is at the chow hall cooking up a hot lunch for my cold, hungry butt after being stuck on the flight line all morning.
ALL PRAISE the AF COOKS!!!

Posted on 2006-11-13 at 10:53:34.

Rystefn K'ryll
Original Palassassin
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544 Posts


cry

Yeah, thanks to all the vets (and current service members as well) here. You are appreciated. *raises a glass*

Fan, you do have lovely hair... and a pretty face. If you weren't so far away, and already attached to a guy I rather like, and a bit on the young side as I recall for the likes of me...

Last time I cried, and I hope you folks appreciate, because I generally try not to make a big production out of it, was last Friday night. Honestly, I have no more reason than that I missed my wife.

Posted on 2006-11-13 at 22:21:45.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


:sniff:

I'm crying again.

Those are soooo sweet. It's wonderful to see people who really care about their kids and spouses

Posted on 2006-11-14 at 06:20:27.

Avrielle
RDI Fixture
Karma: 20/16
862 Posts


(O) I raise my glass to you all. You have much better reasons than I.

The last time I cried was at about 1: 00 this morning having an argument with my husband over division of household chores. (but, I cry easily)

Posted on 2006-11-15 at 04:55:05.

ThePope
Veteran Visitor
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138 Posts


Violent housewives

Hey don't worry i do too. It is better than becoming violent and having a film at 11 about your exploits. And that's just as good a reason as any.

Posted on 2006-11-15 at 08:14:22.

Avrielle
RDI Fixture
Karma: 20/16
862 Posts


Weepy Wives

Thanks.

Posted on 2006-11-15 at 11:21:01.

Rystefn K'ryll
Original Palassassin
Karma: 66/191
544 Posts


cry

I cry easily over certain things, and I'll freely admit it. There are a few surefire buttons to cause it, and Leah yelling at me for any reason is one of them. There's no shame.

Posted on 2006-11-15 at 23:58:14.

Grugg
ALL THE GAMES
RDI Staff
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6034 Posts


*sniffle*

Every since I was 4 I can't watch the Lion King without crying...seriously...

Posted on 2006-11-16 at 19:45:05.

ThePope
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138 Posts


major geek

I'll admit this even though it sounds geeky. Apollo 13 at the end when the guys are coming of the ship and tom hanks does a voiceover about their lives later on. My eyes get watery. Im such a geek.

Posted on 2006-11-17 at 08:12:33.

Alacrity
The Tired
RDI Staff
Karma: 289/33
6034 Posts


songs

At my Wife's birthday party, my daughter was telling everyone about the soloist part she got in the school play - Oliver. Some people asks her to sing for them, which Veronica was hesitant to do but then did. Now I have hear her sing to herself most of her life. She sings quietly to herself so much that we often say she has a song in her heart and it has to get out.

But when she sang for real in front of us (Who Will Buy), my heart leaped and I cryed. Her voice is so beautiful and she has learned through choir and school musicals to reach the notes and hold them. I didn't realize how good of a singer she had become. It wasn't just that she was good, but there was such joy behind her voice. I was overwhelmed.



Posted on 2006-11-17 at 09:40:36.

Lyskhala
Kohai
Karma: 80/28
3600 Posts


New question...


what's on your Christmas list this year?



Posted on 2006-11-17 at 14:36:41.

Alacrity
The Tired
RDI Staff
Karma: 289/33
6034 Posts


oh, the usual

Peace on Earth.
Good Will to all Men.
And a Uzi.




Posted on 2006-11-17 at 14:49:57.

Alacrity
The Tired
RDI Staff
Karma: 289/33
6034 Posts


cabbage patch kids

And if people wait a couple of months there will be plenty in the stores at 700 a crack, which is what Sony wanted in the first place.


Posted on 2006-11-17 at 15:24:01.

Eol Fefalas
Witless Protection
RDI Staff
Karma: 427/28
6520 Posts


Who needs playstation...

...when you've got the Inn?

The games are much cooler and the graphics are waaaaaay better... at least the ones I see in my head are.

Posted on 2006-11-17 at 15:49:26.

   


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